Guy molests girl on the bus then asks for a second chance

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Photo: Facebook/Louisa Lee
 

A student at ITE College East, Louisa Lee voiced out loudly when a man on the bus allegedly behaved inappropriately with her.

She was on the bus on Sunday morning when the incident took place. She shouted loudly, alerting the bus captain and asked for the police to be called.

The man in question looked to be middle-aged and panicked when he realised that the driver refused to open the doors to let him out.

According to Louisa’s Facebook post, which she wrote to alert other girls to stand up for themselves, she wrote, “No, do not keep quiet, I shouted at him and asked to report it to the police. Perverts like this should just be kept away and not even given a chance to be outside”.

She said the man “was panicking and asking the driver to open the door, he kneeled down and even said he had another molestation case”.

Her full post:

Early in the morning, I got molested in the bus by this pervert. Thankfully the bus captain saw what he did also as well. No, do not keep quiet, I shouted at him and asked to report it to the police. Perverts like this should just be kept away and not even given a chance to be outside. He was panicking and asking the driver to open the door, he kneeled down and even said he had another molestation case. So yes if you have a molestation case, don’t you dare to molest more people. Make sure you are jailed for a Long Long time with canning. This photo was taken when I was outside the bus to stay away from him because he was getting aggressive to get close to me. He was “scolding” me, but the other passengers was scolding him. I am so Glad that even as strangers, the bus driver, some passengers protected me and asked if I was okay.

Girls, please do not keep quiet and let this kind of perverts go scot-free.

Most netizens are very much for Louisa’s actions but there are still some who blame her for the incident.

  

The man’s face has been blurred because the outcome of the incident has yet to be determined by the police.


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